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Finally, A Medical Jobs Network Which Actually Delivers? Yes, It’s True.

Jan 3rd 2016 at 10:50 PM

One of the thoroughly forgettable and most annoying parts of using a job site to find work is the search process. Employment experts, search engine experts, and SEO experts sometimes despair. Everybody knows that most job sites are pretty iffy at best; nobody seems to do much about it.

Fortunately, at least in the medical sector, somebody has finally got the message. A website called Physician Career is a very different ball game. This website is the core site for a whole network of medical job sites. You can search for internal medicine jobs, paediatric jobs, family practice jobs, radiology, and nursing, emergency medicine, you name it.

The big deal here is efficiency; mainstream job sites are pretty much lumbered with very high volumes of information, and varying vintages of search engines. By definition, they are not specialist sites, and their knowledge base is pretty much at the “classified jobs” level. These sites generate weird results like out of date job ads, search results which may include one word in your original search, and other fascinating museum pieces.

This new site started up, and immediately attracted tens of thousands of people in the medical profession simply because it works. From the look of the current job ads on the site, it seems that employers have also woken up to the idea that this is how to get things done. They can now call themselves the Number One Healthcare Jobsite, with good reason.

You can search by a range of search criteria, including full-time, part-time, states, location, and area of specialization. It’s a huge step up from the old days, and if you’ve been typing your fingers into hooves looking for work, like so many people do every day, you’ll find that it’s a very pleasant change.

To see how this unusually efficient jobs website works for yourself, check out this link – It’s a good idea to do a bit of exploration, too. Use your favourite search terms, and see what happens. Then use the search qualifiers, and see the difference.

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